Computer and Information Systems Communication, Incorporating Microsoft Office Suite (Full-Time)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Amsterdam (Netherlands), Durban (South Africa), Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and 7 other venues

£ 38,000 - (Rs 32,29,827)
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Description

Limited Objectives: By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to: Exhibit mastery on the usage of basic word processing software to produce excellent documents that conforms to the widely accepted standards and norms of word documents. Identify the different external parts of the computer and describe each. Classify input devices. Enumerate the types of output devices. Analyse how computer works. Understand the basic functions of the Windows operating system. Work with desktop icons.
Suitable for: This course is designed for: Undergraduates, Office Staffs, Data Entry Operators, Data Encoders, Researchers and Those who are interested in learning about computer and information systems communication

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Where and when

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Amsterdam
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Netherlands
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Bangkok
South Sathon Road, 10120, Bangkok, Thailand
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City of London
Kendal Street, London, England
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Dubai
Coral Deira Hotel, Muraqabat Street, Deria, Dubai, 82999,, 82999, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Durban
Walnut Road, 40001, Johannesburg, South Africa
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What you'll learn on the course

Introduction to Computers
How Computers work

Course programme

Course Contents, Concepts and IssuesIntroduction to Computers/Windows OSDifferent Parts of ComputerInput DevicesProcessorOutput DevicesMemoryDisks and StorageDisks and StorageHow Computers WorkOperating System and DesktopWhat is an Operating SystemLogging OnDesktop OverviewThe Windows 7, XP, and Vista DesktopsThe TaskbarThe Start MenuHow to Boot UpHow to Shut DownUsing Windows Within an Operating SystemWindow OverviewParts of the windowActivating WindowsMoving a WindowResize Using the BorderMaximize a WindowRestore a WindowMinimize a WindowScrollingClosing a WindowIconsIcon OverviewProgram IconsFile IconsFolder IconsShortcut IconsSpecial IconsMy Computer IconRecycle Bin IconHard Drive IconUSB Flash Drive IconOther Removable Disk IconsCompact Disk IconMenusUsing MenusSave / Save As MenuOpen Document MenuShortcut MenuFile ManagementHierarchical File System OverviewUnderstanding Drive LettersFile Structure ViewsNavigationFinding a File or FolderMoving FilesCopying Files or FoldersNaming Files or FoldersDeleting Files or FoldersCreating FoldersCustomizing Windows 7, Vista, or XPUser AccountsCustomizing the Start MenuAdd/Remove Shortcuts from Start MenuCreating Shortcuts on the DesktopChanging Your Account PictureCustomizing Your Display PropertiesChanging Your Display ResolutionMaintenance and HelpExiting Stalled ProgramsRestarting Your ComputerSystem RestoreSystem InformationGetting HelpWorld Wide Web and Internet CommunicationWWW and Internet CommunicationWhat is the internet?What is the WWW?How do I get connected?How does the Internet work?Online SafetyWhy is my computer not secure?What is a virus?What is a worm?What is a Trojan Horse?How do I protect my computer from viruses?What is Phishing?What is a Hoax?What are Adware and Spyware?How does it get onto your computer?Surfing the WWWTechnology Policy: IntroductionTechnology Policy: ResponsibilitiesInformation Policy: Privacy PolicyInformation Policy: Copyright PolicyProhibited Uses and SanctionsUsing EdShareHow do I navigate the WWW?Search EnginesSearch TipsUsing Plug-insWeb BrowsersParts of the Web BrowserNavigating through the WWWRetracing your steps in the Web BrowserUsing the History ListOpening a Second Browser Window and TabCreating FavoritesReorganizing FavoritesViewing your FavoritesDeleting FavoritesAdding a New Favorites FolderUsing Web Browser OptionsSpecifying a Home PageExiting the Web BrowserEmailEmail OverviewParts of an Email AddressParts of an Email MessageSending and Receiving MailMailing an AttachmentClient-based vs. Web-based EmailIntroduction to Word ProcessingIntroduction to Word ProcessingScreen Elements OverviewDisplay and Hide ToolbarsDisplay and Hide the RibbonPage ViewsOpening a New DocumentOpening an Existing DocumentSaving a New DocumentSaving an Existing DocumentMoving Around Within a DocumentFormatting TextSelecting Text OverviewFormatting TextFontParagraph FormattingJustificationIndenting Using Toolbar Buttons to IndentChanging Line SpacingUsing the Paragraph Dialog BoxCut, Copy, and PasteFormatting a PageChanging Margins Using Page SetupDisplaying Hidden CodesInserting a Page BreakAdding Page NumbersHeaders and FootersCreating Footnotes and EndnotesDeleting Footnotes and EndnotesProofingUsing the Spell CheckerUsing the Grammar CheckerAutomatic Spelling and Grammar CheckPrintingUsing Print PreviewPrintingIntroduction to SpreadsheetsIntroduction to SpreadsheetsScreen Elements OverviewOpen a New SpreadsheetOpen an Existing WorkbookMoving Around Within a WorkbookSheet TabsMoving Sheets AroundSaving a New WorkbookSaving an Existing FileClosing the WorkbookEntering DataWorking with CellsEntering DataSection 5 - Filling DataInserting a Row or a ColumnDeleting a Row or a ColumnSelecting InformationCut, Copy, and PasteFormulasParts of a FormulaExecution OrderEntering a FormulaEditing FormulasRelative AddressingAbsolute AddressingFunctionsAuto SumFormatting CellsFormatting NumbersFormatting TextChanging Column/Row WidthMultiple Lines of Text in a CellAligning Cell ContentsMerge and CenterBordersFormat PainterFormatting a PagePage FormattingChanging the Page OrientationScalingSetting MarginsCentering the Print Area on a PageHeaders and FootersThe Sheet TabRepeating Rows and ColumnsCreating ChartsTypes of ChartsCreating a ChartSelecting a Different Chart TypeEditing a Chart TypeEditing Chart TextMoving and Resizing a ChartPrintingPrinting the SpreadsheetPrinting a ChartUsing Print AreaIntroduction to Multimedia PresentationsPowerPoint IntroductionScreen ElementsNew Presentation from a Blank Presentation New Presentation from Design TemplateSaving a Presentation and Open an Existing PresentationMaster SlidesPowerPoint ViewsNormal ViewSlide Sorter ViewSlide Show ViewNavigate in Presentation ModeWorking with SlidesAdding TextFormat Text in Placeholder Changing the Background ColorAdding and Deleting New SlidesChanging Slide LayoutUsing ImagesPowerPoint Extras Adding Animations Adding TransitionsHyperlinksAction ButtonsPrint OptionsPlay OptionsHiding SlidesEnding with a Blank SlideViewing at KioskLoop the Slide ShowTips on Your PowerPoint PresentationBackground DesignImagesAnimationSoundAnimations and TransitionsTextPresentation TipsMedia ServicesServicesUsing a Laptop in a Multimedia ClassroomTechnology Classroom ConcernsPracticing your Presentation

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Computer and Information Systems Communication, Incorporating Microsoft Office Suite - Diploma-Postgraduate, Accumulating to Postgraduate Diploma, Progressing to MA, MBA, MSc (intensive Full-time), Incorporating Operating System and Desktop, File Management , WWW and Internet Communication, Online Safety, Edshare (London)

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